673,215

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On Monday, Susan Hatfield announced she may run for attorney general of Connecticut. On Wednesday, she was called a racist enabler. A top adviser to Governor Dannel P. Malloy and former state representative, Michael Lawlor, tweeted: “Wow, Connecticut gets its first full-force racist enabler candidate for Attorney General.” Lawlor just called 673,215 Trump voters racist enablers. That is wrong. Susan … Read More

Steve Dettelbach’s in DC – his home away from home

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In a few hours, former Cleveland Mayor Jane Campbell will host a fundraiser for Steve Dettelbach’s campaign for Ohio attorney general. Dettelbach knows Mayor Campbell well. As an Assistant U.S. Attorney in Cleveland, Dettelbach prosecuted a bribery scheme that involved a scholarship fund Mayor Campbell set up. The mayor was not charged, but the facts are clear: $25,000 was sent by the … Read More

Bueller, Bueller, Bueller?

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The Democratic Party of Colorado has gone completely silent. What about the Democrats running to be the chief law enforcement officer of Colorado? Michael Dougherty, Phil Weiser and Joe Salazar, just a few Democrat candidates for attorney general, must be aware that the attorney general plays a crucial role in combatting this disgusting crime… There is reason Attorney General Cynthia … Read More

Colorado Dems still silent on human trafficking money

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Backpage.com’s scandal is in the news again, much to the dismay of Colorado Democrats. In case you have forgotten, “the website knowingly accepted ads offering sex with underage girls” and the executives are big Democratic donors. Most politicians or political groups have donated this money to a non-partisan organization combating human trafficking – including NANCY PELOSI’S political action committee. Colorado … Read More

Dettelbach admits he has no proof for attack on Dave Yost

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Steven Dettelbach, a Democrat, is running to be Ohio’s Attorney General. So, he presumably knows a bit about how this all works… You know, the whole having proof before making an accusation thing? Nope. Dettelbach had no proof for the assertion that: “Yost was involved in drawing congressional district lines.” How do I know, Dettelbach admitted it: “But if you’re … Read More

Running for President, err, I mean attorney general

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Aaron Ford does not want to be attorney general. Okay, that was quite a shot, but consider the chaser… Ford, an announced candidate for attorney general has repeatedly said he wants to be Nevada’s chief executive. Oh yeah, then President of the United States. Fortunately, Nevadans have a much better choice in Wes Duncan. Wes has made it clear, “I’m … Read More